It’s Pi Day, fam! Either you already know that, and you’re smart, or you don’t know it, and you’re… well…almosteveryone.
Arguably the most underrated *national* holiday,Pi Day takes place every single year on March 14th. Why March 14th? Because for people who follow the month/date format, March 14 represents the value of Pi… which is 3.14…
Are you up to speed? OK, great—moving on! Please keep your hands and feet inside the vehicle as we explain why these shirts are mathematically superior.
You might be wondering,what’s so special about Pi? Don’t worry; anyone who’s not a mathematical genius or anAlbert Einstein prodigy really doesn’t understand either. In fact, most of us think Pi Day is just a day to celebrate pie.
But come to think of it, why celebrate pie and not other tastybaked goods? Isfruit cake not good enough to have its own day? At least we have NationalDoughnut Day. Mmmh, who doesn’t love a gooddonut? Oh, back to Pi Day!
No matter how youslice it, you don’t want to miss Pi Day. Founded in 1988 at the Exploratorium, it’s a time to celebrate the mathematical π symbol, which represents the value 3.141592653589793238462643383 (and so on).
The celebrated symbol represents the ratio of the circumference of any circle to its diameter. Yup, it’s true—divide any circle’s circumference by its diameter, and the answer—whether for a delicious pie or a planet...is always approximately 3.14. Pretty cool, right?
Yeah, we think so, too. Heck, we evenknowso. That’s why we made a whole bunch of awesometees to commemorate the beloved holiday. Whether you’re cravingpumpkin pi,cherry pi, or evenpizza pi, we love all kinds of pie and have the perfect t-shirt for you.
Heck, we even haveraspberry pi andapple pi if that’s more up your alley. All pi lovers are welcome here. But we should probably warn you, though, the compliments you’ll get from rocking our apparel will go on and on—just like the digits of pi.